The goal of a corporate career website is to attract qualified candidates as well as encourage them to submit their resume to a job of interest. Unfortunately today’s corporate career websites and their applicant tracking systems lack website usability elements that make it difficult to achieve this goal.…
Added by Nicole St.Martin on September 12, 2007 at 4:12pm —
I am messing around with the layout of RecruitingBlogs.com
Ning has now limited the amount of things you can now have on the main
page. I have no issue with it. At first I did but now it seems I need
to take another look at what is on the main page and make some
decisions. Right now, I can't really add any more boxes so things are
going to change a little.
In the meantime, there are lots of pixels you can get for free and they
will last for 3 days. It's… Continue
Added by Slouch on September 12, 2007 at 1:46am —
I want apologize for being slow to post the past few weeks, my father had back surgery today. No matter how much I love to share my passion for my chosen career, it doesn’t compare to the love I have for my family and they will always come first, no matter what. Not only was this the first time in my 36 years that I had to see… Continue
Added by Recruitnik on September 11, 2007 at 9:22pm —
Yesterday, I read an article from Workforce Management on the correlation, or lack there of, between HR and the popular television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation around failures and successes within various organizations. All this talk of forensic science reminded me of a speaking engagement I attended with Jim Stroud last year on Resume Forensics. The audience was quite taken aback with Jim's insight… Continue
Added by Catherine Horgan on September 11, 2007 at 9:17pm —
Added by Chad Sowash on September 11, 2007 at 12:32pm —
It's The Million Dollar Wiki
and yes you can also buy a blogger
. I learned about this from a real good domain name blog called the Conceptualist
. He says you should avoid the hype but he figures the guy has made 50k or so.
I think this is something that we will see more and more of in the next year or so. There is absolutely… Continue
Added by Slouch on September 11, 2007 at 12:27pm —
They're now number 2. The details
Added by Chris Russell on September 11, 2007 at 9:03am —
By Dave Mendoza, Master Cybersleuth,
Affiliate Partner, JobMachine Inc.
International Staffing Perspectives: Brian Janecek, Brno, Czech Republic, Part 2 of First In A Series
Brian Janecek is a US national, born and raised in Oregon and a technical recruiter developing talent on behalf of corporate and highly-technical positions
Added by Dave Mendoza on September 11, 2007 at 12:14am —
On Oct 4th, The Pinnacle Society
will be having their next conference. I'll be going because the Fordyce Letter
is one of two sponsors.
From the Pinnacle Society website:
"The Pinnacle Society is the nation's premier consortium of top
recruiters within the permanent placement and search industry. For
nearly 20 years, the Pinnacle Society has provided the nation's top
recruiters a… Continue
Added by Slouch on September 10, 2007 at 2:32pm —
Looks like our own Recruiting Animal isn't the only animal in town. Ans the new one
is also Canadian.
Added by Chris Russell on September 10, 2007 at 2:17pm —
First it was Cheezhead
and how Career Hub
is at it. Career Hub is looking to expand
their stable of writers and offerings. If you are interested, click on over and contact them.
Added by Slouch on September 10, 2007 at 11:22am —
Over the weekend, Ning launched a few other functions for the networks they power. One of these new functions is a "latest activity" feed. You can see everything that is going on now on RecruitingBlogs.com quickly. I have put this on the right hand side of the site and it will also appear on every profile page above the Live Recruiting Blogosphere Feeds. If it dives you crazy, let me know
Added by Slouch on September 10, 2007 at 10:30am —
As we are on the eve of a new era in recruiting with the first ever conference dedicated to Sourcing and Talent Acquisition
, I wanted to say thank you to the organizers. First and foremost, thank you to Leslie O'Connor
who combined her a vision and ideas of creating just such an event. Leslie took her passion for sourcing, relied heavily on the assistance of some great friends and colleagues,… Continue
Added by SourceCon Dude on September 10, 2007 at 10:03am —
Please welcome...(click here
Added by Chris Russell on September 10, 2007 at 8:58am —
Maybe, I am a geek but I had to forward this one as I was pleasantly surprised with this new search engines marketing approach to maybe making the search engine a little more personable.
Thanks to Suzy Tonini for putting this on my radar
Added by Rob McIntosh on September 10, 2007 at 7:58am —
I am looking forward to SourceCon next week and hope to see alot of you there.
Added by Dave Copps on September 9, 2007 at 9:15pm —
By Dave Mendoza, Master Cybersleuth, an Affiliate Partner, JobMachine Inc.
Yesterday I hit 8,000 connections on Linkedin.
I am stating it not to boast - I don’t throw footballs in the end zone with creative knee wobbling.
I simply want to mark the occasion to publicly thank everyone who has connected with me.
I thought Glenn… Continue
Added by Dave Mendoza on September 7, 2007 at 11:10am —
Today’s bit of Friday morning humor focuses on two characters in the online recruiting industry. Personally, I think it’s interesting how people view characters in our industry; some as heroes, some as villains, but we all play some type of role somewhere. Like Animal, who I see playing the “Creepy Uncle” role, you know the…
Added by Chad Sowash on September 7, 2007 at 10:44am —
With all due respect to Slouch, he created Recruitingblogs.com, not I. Dave Copps was still very kind in his mention of me in a recent Sourcecon email. More here: Props From Copps
Added by Ben Gotkin on September 6, 2007 at 9:25pm —
After many months of hard work, we are proud to announce the launch of our website, roundpegs.com
! Our ultimate goal is to make finding a job and hiring employes actually work
online. We match job seekers to employers based on skills, preferences,
and intangibles — no more inefficient keyword searching. So you get
quality, compatible matches. All for free! — we are ad-supported. We’ve
built a great product that… Continue
Added by roundpegs on September 6, 2007 at 8:14pm —